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, but that is when the navy seal was believed to be hit as well. wounds that later proved fatal. >> cenk: now we've got lizzie moran with us. a former c.i.a. officer and author of "blowing my cover my life as a spy." i want to ask you about this operation. it's tragic, of course, that one of our guys lost his life, but i think that we should have more operations like this. i think that it's much more justifiable when we bring guys down on the ground, and instead of killing discriminately we target and in this case there was a hostage we needed to get out. how often do missions like go down. >> we see them increasingly because we're fighting a much different war than the c.i.a. used to fight. what we're seeing is the c.i.a. working in tandem with the military as it does in operations like this, and as it did in the taking down of bin laden. we see the c.i.a. collecting actionable intelligence, and then the military, the seals going in and using that intelligence to conduct the mission of this sort. i think we're going to see more and more of this as the c.i.a. becomes more militaristic in a way n
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